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  • Charge your phone on IKEA furniture
  • Charge your phone on IKEA furniture
    IKEA (2015) ©

Charge your phone on IKEA furniture

Whether it's getting your headphones tangled in your charging cable or running out of juice when you need to get that final bid in on eBay, charging your phone can be a stress. IKEA have launched a line of furniture with in-built wireless charging to put an end to cable mess and low power.



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